It's time to take a break from the hotels and ranches and jump into the high end of the Telluride condo market. Plunge Landing is a wild 10,000 square foot angular building designed by Henry Smith-Miller, whose fingerprints are all over NYC ferry stations, museums, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard developments among other national projects. Situated at the corner of South Townsend & Depot Avenue in downtown is barely two blocks from the town gondola, and is split up between a ground-floor 1,936 square foot commercial space, a second-story condo with two bedrooms and 1,088 square feet, and a four-bedroom penthouse with cantilevered walls and ceilings with maple hardwood paneling and 2,466 square feet.
The building, whose design is inspired by Telluride's mining history, has come down from a high of $5.4 million over a million bucks to its current $4,375,000 list price. Unfortunately it comes unfurnished, so the place won't come with those crazy red knot bowl chairs.